5/26/2020--END OF YEAR WRAP UP INFORMATION:
PWHS Students and Parents,
As you are aware, this is the last week for new learning at PWHS. Next week (June 1-5) is a time for students to finish up with any missing work or earned
re-assessment opportunities (for any students). Students must work individually with teachers on missing work and earning a re-assessment. All grades will be stored on Monday, June 8th. All grade changes and incomplete grades are due on Friday, June 12th.
Students that will be assigned to a summer school class will be determined by June 12th. Summer school will primarily be focused as a last chance for students to earn a passing grade. Some classes will not be able to be offered in summer school for students.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR END OF YEAR TURN IN--
Starting Tuesday, May 26th the main office will be open from 7am-3pm.
May 5th: PWHS Teacher Appreciation Video
*NHS reciepents will be honored at a later date*
SUMMER SCHOOL UPDATE:
The summer school registration process information will be available once more information is provided by the State.
All before/after school activities are canceled until further notice for all District Schools.
Important Lunch Update--ALL STUDENTS--LUNCHES AVAILABLE UNTIL JUNE 5th
With the closing of school buildings in the coming weeks, the District will be offering free lunches to all students who reside in our District. Lunches will be available for drive thru pick-up between the weekday hours of 10 AM and 1PM each day during the weeks of school closings and between 3PM and 5PM on Tuesdays for the following day(s). Lunches can be picked up for multiple days for multiple students if pre-ordered.
Lunch pick-up will take place at Port Washington High School’s PAC/Auditorium Entrance.
Please order in advance
Here are the steps to access lunches:
1) Please call our Food Service Director or email him to order meals
262-268-5541 Or Clark.firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Please provide each of the students names, school they attend and grade level
3) The number of days of meals
4) The anticipated time for pick-up
- Meals will be available during the time frames listed above for pick-up even without contacting us ahead of time, however multiple days of meals may not be available.
- Meals will meet Federal Meal Program standards.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Clark at the contact at the number above.
If needing help with your CHROMEBOOK:
CHROMEBOOKS can now be dropped off for repairs Monday-Friday from
Wednesday, March 18, 2020--Update
Tuesday, March 17, 2020--UPDATE
Monday, March 16, 2020--UPDATE
Good Morning Students and Parents,
This is a long message, please read through all of the information. If you have any questions, please contact us at the high school. It is critical that students and parents are checking their email several times a day for information from the school. This includes updates from the office and all the different teachers.
Towards the bottom of this email is a good article on the facts of the coronavirus. I think it would help if you read and review these facts as a family and also why it is important that students not view this time similar to a snow day.
We will provide further updates as necessary.
Information on Classes for Students:
Teachers are working on a plan this week for online learning. We will be utilizing a combination of PowerSchool learning(haiku) and resources like google chat to meet virtually with students on lessons, assign work, provide support, and give assessments. We will provide students and parents more information on when online learning starts later this week.
Together, teachers are working on:
- Curriculum that will be taught online
- How it will be taught
- How teachers will support students that need help
- How it will be assessed
Port Washington High School is a comprehensive high school with a dedicated staff that is committed to providing an excellent education to all of our students. With a combination of current educational practices, years of teaching experience, and a personal vested interest to see all students succeed, our school strives to meet the needs of our diverse learners. Port High School offers a wide array of Advanced Placement (AP) classes to encourage our highest level learners to challenge themselves further. We have support systems in place to assist all learners in achieving their academic potentials. Most importantly, we recognize parents as being a critical and necessary component in each child's journey towards academic success, and we welcome parent involvement. Port High School is committed to achieving the district mission of "helping every child reach their fullest potential."
PWHS Pirate Treasure Program
PWHS Pirate Treasure Program
If you are interested in applying for a donation.
11/20/2019: Today at PWHS, we had our first donation meeting of the school year. Students pooled their own money ($30 each- totaling nearly $3,000) for the donations. Lakeshore Advocacy Center, Ozaukee Family Services, SES School and Port Main Street presented projects for consideration of a donation from the students.
After four excellent presentations, the students had the difficult task of choosing one to receive a donation. Today, they chose to give $2,000 to the Heart of the Harbor Main Street Project.
Thank you to PWS Rotary for their donation to the group!
Please fill out the form (see link below) and send it to PWHS
Thank you for your support of the program.
Pirate Way Grant Application This program will be open to all community and school groups/projects.
This will be a great experience for our students and a nice way to support/give to a needy cause/project. We now have 93 students in the group!
Please turn in the application to Eric Burke in the PWHS office.
Port Pride Program
- I will be Alcohol and Drug Free
- I will Participate to the best of my abilities in at least one HS Activity
- I will achieve to the best of my ability academically by having no failing classes at quarter or semester.
- I will have no office referrals for discipline or attendance
- I will have no missing work from any class during the school year
- I will volunteer at least 15 hours per semester in my community or school.
- (5 Hours per semester are added if the student is unable to attend the kick-off assembly.)
- I will volunteer at 1 of the required Community options available (see the office with questions)
*Successful completion of the program each semester will result in the student earning one exam exemption, use of exemption is subject to teacher approval.
See the main office for details on joining
Please check the job board outside the AUX gym for updates.
From the Counseling Department
LINK: PWHS Counseling Update
The PWHS school counselors and school psychologist will continue to have a strong online presence with students, staff, and parents. During the school day we will be available through e-mail. Furthermore, we be available by phone or virtual meeting by appointment. Mrs. Hess, the Counseling Office Secretary, will also be available by email at Kristine.email@example.com or by phone at (262) 268-5525.
We are coordinating with administration and colleagues to best assist with the physical, mental, and social health of all PWHS students. All important counseling and school psychology information will be conveyed through this weekly newsletter.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work together to best support all students and families.
-Mrs. Pasten, Mrs. McCaman, Mrs. Herlache, Mrs. Eason, and Mrs. Hess